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Super Falcons beat South Africa, earn final ticket

However, Oparanozie put Nigeria ahead with a powerful free-kick eight minutes after the restart. Ruth David, who is the head of Women Football, Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), has expressed confidence that the Super Falcons will beat Cameroon again and win this year's African Women's Cup of Nations.

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Rhode Island mosque receives same hate letter sent elsewhere

They are investigating it as a hate crime. The FBI is monitoring the situation and Special Agent Stephen Woolery asked people to come forward if more letters are received because they often go unreported. The FBI is working with local agencies where those letters were sent to find the person responsible. It's postmarked Los Angeles and signed " Americans for a Better Way " - as were those received in Indiana, California , Rhode Island and Georgia .

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Services set for slain Detroit police officer

Missing from the brewery on Jefferson Avenue were Collin Rose and his off-duty law enforcement buddies, who normally would be relaxing inside over a couple of beers and a game of Quizzo trivia. Colin Rose, a 29-year-old police officer (at left), poses with his two dogs, Wolverine and Clyde. "Collin and I worked very closely together because our shifts crossed a lot", Hammill said.

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Massive UK Surveillance Law Goes into Effect

Screenshot of this reporter's browsing history, when Motherboard collected browsing data in the style of the Investigatory Powers Act . The IP Bill grants intelligence agencies the ability to obtain and use bulk personal datasets that will include mostly individuals who are not suspected in any wrongdoing.

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Backed terror to be main focus of Heart of Asia

Aziz is leading a Pakistani delegation to the two-day meeting that will focus on cooperation between Afghanistan and its neighbours for improving connectivity and tackling security threats in the region. The Pakistan government took a bold decision of attending the Heart of Asia conference despite a deep freeze in ties, even though India had scuttled the Saarc summit that Islamabad was to host in November this year.

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Ugandan police seize machetes, spears after clash with king's guards

The King, who is being accused of inciting violence in the region, has been denied movement after records emerged that at least 14 police officers and 41 militants have died in the violent clash. Interior Minister Jeje Odongo told reporters Tuesday that weapons, including automatic guns, were seized at the palace. Four police officers died in the assault on the palace.

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Reckoning for Pelosi as House Democrats vote for leader

The House Democratic leadership vote had been scheduled for the week of the November 8 election, but it was delayed until November 30 after the election results that deeply disappointed Democrats. Lawmakers expressed frustration over a range of issues, including stagnant leadership in their caucus, and Democrats' failures to connect with white working class voters.

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With fires under control, Israel turns to recovery efforts

A newly arrived US Supertanker, considered the largest firefighting aircraft in the world, joined the emergency operation on Saturday. "We have no new activity". Israeli President Reuven Rivlin called President Recep Tayyip Erdo─čan on Sunday to thank him for Turkey's help to put out the wildfires across the country.

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Trump summons Romney for 2nd look as staffers squabble

The drama, disputes and falsehoods that permeated Donald Trump's presidential campaign are now roiling his transition to the White House, forcing aides to defend his baseless assertions of illegal voting and sending internal fights spilling into public.

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Donald Trump's picks for top posts alarm minorities

The Trump press release also says "law enforcement groups are strongly supporting President-elect Donald J. Trump's nomination of U.S. Senator Jeff Sessions for Attorney General", and quotes far right law enforcement professionals like former Attorney General John Ashcroft, who under President George W.

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Georgia Weather Forecast: Rain and Thunderstorms Begin Early Tuesday

On Tuesday , rain is likely between midnight at 9 a.m. - with some of the heaviest rainfall. As the weather system moves east, the threat should transition into a line of storms still capable of producing damaging winds. Low around 64. South wind 5 to 10 miles per hour. Chance of precipitation is 80%. On Wednesday night , rain showers are likely, mainly before 10 p.m.

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India rupee ban: Opposition parties begin 'day of rage'

No-one is happy with the government's demonetization move, the parties say, adding the old notes should be returned. Further commenting on the Centre's demonetisation drive, Tewari said that Prime Minister Modi failed to understand the pain he has unleashed on the country by his move.

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Pope Francis grants all Catholic priests the power to absolve abortion

Pope Francis' September 2015 decision to absolve abortions followed that of the late Pope John Paul II, who granted priests the same power in 2000. Pope Francis leads the closing mass of the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy, in St. Peter's Square at The Vatican on November 20, 2016 in Vatican City , Vatican.

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UN Security Council set to approve new NKorea sanctions

The United Nations Security Council is set to vote on Wednesday morning on a USA -drafted resolution to impose new sanctions on North Korea over its fifth and largest nuclear test conducted in September, diplomats said on Monday. The sanctions would also slap a ban on North Korea's exports of non-ferrous metals and sanction 11 government officials as well as 10 entities linked to the country's nuclear weapons program.

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Fundraiser launched for store manager berated on video

Getting over 150,000 hits on YouTube wasn't her intent. As of late Monday, it had been viewed almost 600,000 times. "I felt like I needed to do more", said Grady. "Your job is to ring people up and tell them to have a nice day", the woman says. The woman also directs her ire at Grady, berating her and filming Grady's 2-year-old daughter and accusing the toddler of shoplifting.

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1 killed, several injured in gas explosion in Illinois town

Investigators say the explosion happened just before 6 p.m.in downtown Canton , about 30 miles southwest of Peoria. The explosion extensively damaged several buildings and even shattered the windows of buildings several blocks away. Journal Star reports (http://bit.ly/2fMvMh7 ) investigator Ravi Chhatre of the NTSB spoke at a news conference Friday in Canton , which was where Wednesday evening's blast occurred.

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Syrian civilians flood into government-controlled territory in Aleppo

Military forces and allied fighters have regained control over the neighborhood of Sakhour and the Jabal Badro district, after capturing the largest rebel-held neighborhood of Masaken Hanano the day before, the source told Xinhua on condition of anonymity.

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USA not pulling out of S China Sea under Trump

America's credibility in the region is already crumbling before the TPP's official burial. Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong put it best on the potential of the TPP failing: "It is your credibility as an ally [that is at stake]". "We stand for the open society and we stand for the open global economy and I think Canadians should take pride and comfort in that fact". And most importantly, on November 8, Mr.

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Pakistan appoints new army chief

In addition to managing tensions with India, General Bajwa is likely to continue his predecessor's policy of fighting domestic jihadi groups, particularly the Pakistani Taliban. Raheel Sharif then invited both Imran and Qadri, holding meetings with them separately. Yet Pakistan can not stabilise its polity unless a more responsible civilian government is given greater authority over policies the army now believes are its sole prerogative.

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Australia awaits Turkey's response on extradition of IS recruiter

The Australian government's reluctance to make a formal statement about the arrest of Neil Prakash is attributed to the early announcement about him in May this year. An Australian Islamic State (Isis) militant who has been reported dead twice, is still alive and under arrest in the Middle East, according to reports.

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Love makes National Basketball Association history, Clippers down Mavericks

Love fell three points shy of the league record for points in any quarter, set by Golden State's? Love's decimation of the Trail Blazers came in clinical fashion, as he outscored the entire opposition (31) in a first quarter in which he made a career-high eight three-pointers from 10 attempts.

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(Cricket) Latham comes good as New Zealand build lead

Pakistan resumed the day on 76-5, and though the players managed to get through the majority of the morning session, showers hit Seddon Park just before lunch , forcing the players off for almost three hours. Williamson was the only other wicket to fall after lunch when he received a delivery from Imran that angled in then straightened off the seam and was caught by Sarfraz for 42.

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Trump aide proposes to block possible Romney nomination

Romney, who publicly chastised Trump as a "phony" and a "fraud" who was "playing the American public for suckers" during the election campaign, is now being considered for the role of top United States diplomat, much to the consternation of Trump loyalists.

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19 killed in Uganda fighting between rebels, army

Four police officials and four soldiers were wounded, Kaweesi said. Col Bantariza said the rebels are believed to be loyal to a tribal king, Wesley Mumbere, who is critical of Uganda's government. "That incident set off an explosion in all local sub-counties", Kaweesi said, adding that fighting between militants, not all of them royal guards, armed with guns and spears and security forces had continued until late in the evening.

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Trudeau faces criticism from opponents over statement on Fidel Castro's death

Two years ago, the more pragmatic, younger Castro engineered a detente with the old enemy that has seen commercial flights, dollar remittances and American tourists all flow into the cash-strapped Caribbean island. Speaking alongside other lawmakers from Florida, Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, who is Cuban-American, said, "Today is a reminder of how inevitable it is that the Castro dictatorship will soon enough be a nightmare of the past".